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Shakespeare meant for us to speak his works aloud and to feel them in our bodies. In this four-credit course, we will explore vocal range, resonance, and enunciation, and we will apply those skills to analyzing and interpreting Shakespeare’s verse and prose.  Each student memorize and perform a sonnet and work with others on a short scene. Texts will include Rodenburg’s Speaking Shakespeare.

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Public Speaking as Performance (B)

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Oral eloquence and personal presence can make a big difference when you need to explain, persuade, collaborate, and/or lead.  This intensive weekend course will help you learn to use your voice and body with confidence when speaking to others.  You will learn to channel stagefright into creative energy and to organize your thoughts into a structure your audience can grasp. Students will write, revise, rehearse and present a short speech; they will also have opportunities to practice speaking impromptu.  Credit will be awarded in Public Speaking.

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Public Speaking as Performance (A)

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Oral eloquence and personal presence can make a big difference when you need to explain, persuade, collaborate, and/or lead.  This intensive weekend course will help you learn to use your voice and body with confidence when speaking to others.  You will learn to channel stagefright into creative energy and to organize your thoughts into a structure your audience can grasp. Students will write, revise, rehearse and present a short speech; they will also have opportunities to practice speaking impromptu.  Credit will be awarded in Public Speaking.

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Public Speaking as Performance

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Oral eloquence and personal presence can make a big difference when you need to explain, persuade, collaborate, and/or lead.  This intensive weekend course will help you learn to use your voice and body with confidence when speaking to others.  You will learn to channel stagefright into creative energy and to organize your thoughts into a structure your audience can grasp. Students will write, revise, rehearse and present a short speech; they will also have opportunities to practice speaking impromptu.  Credit will be awarded in Public Speaking.

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Team Entrepreneurship, Leadership, and Innovation – MTA Evergreen LEINN Change Maker Lab

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*This program offers advanced study for students continuing from spring quarter, but is also open to new students who meet the prerequisites*

“The world has not been given to us to contemplate but to transform and we do it as team-entrepreneurs learning by creating in teams”

Now you have the opportunity to become a team-entrepreneur and experiment the magic of LEINN and Mondragon Team Academy’s (MTA World) “ team learning by creating ”.

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Student Veterans Organization

The Evergreen State College (TESC) Student Veterans Organization (SVO) strives to achieve and support the goals and needs of both veterans and dependents of veterans navigating the challenges of higher education. We seek to enhance veteran success through friendship, mentorship, and scholarship.

Winter Thesis Presentations!

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Join the MES community to support students completing their thesis research this quarter. Presentations in Purce Hall 2

Tuesday, March 5: 

5:00pm - John Messina: Characterizing the habitat requirements of rare and hard-to-establish Puget Trough prairie forbs (reader: Sarah Hamman)

 

Thursday, March 7: 

4:30pm - Max Calloway: Nereocystis luetkeana (bull kelp) in South Puget Sound: Stressor impacts on the health of native floating kelp canopies (reader: Erin Martin)

Introduction to Environmental Studies: Water

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This program is designed to serve as a foundation for advanced programs in environmental studies. As such, it will survey a range of disciplines and skills essential for environmental problem-solving from both a scientific and social science perspective. Specifically, we will study ecological principles and methods, aquatic ecology, methods of analysis in environmental studies, American political and economic history of environmental policy-making, microeconomics, and political science.

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The Meaning of Mathematics

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The Meaning of Mathematics, while designed for future elementary and middle school teachers, will support all those interested in learning mathematics more deeply. Elementary and middle school mathematics is no longer considered just a collection of computational tools or facts to memorize, but rather a rich body of intellectual content, focusing more on reasoning, justification and verbal and written mathematical communication. The course will focus on a conceptual understanding of mathematics, problem solving, reasoning, and mathematical communication.

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Comparative Eurasian Foodways: Immigrant Experiences

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How do immigrant foodways both reflect and transform the "original" or non-immigrant cultures, identities, geographies, and tastes that preceded them? What and who determines the authenticity of a recipe or a cuisine? This "immigrant" variation on the program Comparative Eurasian Foodways (CEF):  A Cultural, Agricultural, and Gastronomic Odyssey invites live-time engagement with the ways in which what food communicates to whom , including when and where

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